LAHORE According to the Spokesman of the Punjab government, 25,000 people of flood-hit areas of district Rajanpur have been shifted to safer places. According to an official handout, the Spokesman said the number of boats engaged in relief activities had been increased from 44 to 64, and the district administration had also set up 28 relief camps where 1,000 flood affectees had been accommodated. The spo-kesman further disclosed that number of boats, engaged in relief activities in district DG Khan, had also been increased from 37 to 47 besides provision of volunteers to Rescue-1122 for assistance. Moreover, nine trucks of relief items have also reached DG Khan. The spokesman further said that all the protective spurs were in stable position. The spokesman disclosed that 30 relief camps had been set up in district Muzaffargarh, whereas 400 flood affectees had been kept in four relief camps of Kot Addu where food and other necessities of life were being provided to them by the district administration. He said 500 additional people were expected to reach in this camp Monday tonight. He further said that 84 villages had been affected in district Layyah by flood water and 50,000 affectees had been evacuated to safer places. He said food, medical and residential facilities were being provided to 3000 affected people in 15 camps and the district administration was busy in evacuation work using 80 boats. The spur near Dri Dholeywali in DG Khan was intact and no house was inundated by the flood water there.